Hurricane Zeta Rages Through the Gulf

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Hurricane Zeta is raging through the gulf coast with winds of 40 mph plus moving north 1 mph. Zeta is about to hit Louisiana. Mother nature does not let up on the southern state as a storm hit the coast six weeks ago.

Louisianans are advised to keep emergency plans and survival kit handy. If the local weather service says, people should their homes, and emergency disaster hotline.

Zeta is making it extremely hard to recover from the last storm. Zeta is the fifth major storm to hit Louisiana. Hurricane Zeta is already causing floods and drenching Louisiana’s state.

In 2020, those storms are Delta, Laura, Cristobal as well as Marco meteorologists. Research shows it is not unheard of for a storm hitting the same location. In 2005, the Florida gulf coast had five storms that actually hit — storms Arlene, Dannis, Tammy, Walma.

Mother nature’s most destructive storms make it more unbearable. Louisianans are reminded to keep in touch with their local weather forecaster.

Written by David Holmes
Edited by Cathy Milne-Ware


CNN: Tropical storm Zeta forms could reach US Gulf Coast by midweek by Haley Brinks

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